I'm thinking about using OpenErp for my new business. I'm an intermediate for independent workers.
Do I have to buy a user licence for each independent worker who I contract to let them post their tasks into OpenErp?
There are several ways to implement an OpenERP solution, from the "key in hand" SAAS to the whole "do it yourself". That being, OpenERP is a free software, so you don't have to pay any license for it. Instead of that, the company (OpenERP S.A.) sells services.
SaaS (software as a service) is a very suitable solution for small and medium-sized companies.
It helps optimize budget as one doesn't have to invest in server infrastructure and system maintenance. We lease the hosting and system support to you.
You will have to invest 35 EUR/month for each unique user you have in the system.
It has never been in OpenERP strategy to create lock-in situations and the same is valid for our online platform. At any point you are free to go on a local installation or to export your data.
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